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Tableau and Snowflake

Maximize the value and harness the power of your data

How do Tableau and Snowflake Provide Value?

Having data is one thing. Making it actionable is another. 

Tableau is a visualization tool that allows you to make sense of all that data and surface insights in a way that makes them actionable, so that you can make data-driven decisions to inform your business strategy.

Snowflake allows you to connect data from many disparate sources and house it in a place with modern data engineering capabilities. 

Snowflake was designed with large data sets in mind and is elevated by Tableau’s intuitive features and visualizations. From company-wide dashboards to ad hoc investigations, using Tableau, you can connect to Snowflake and begin exploring, building Tableau dashboards, and collaborating quickly and efficiently.

Our Success Stories

Leveraging analytics to drive consistency for a national foodservice distributor

Leveraging the right platforms to help increase enterprise reporting efficiencies and sales productivity

Creating personalized customer experiences and business growth opportunities

How Atrium Can Help

We specialize in driving definable business outcomes and a roadmap for scale at the intersection of data science, analytics, and CRM strategy, leveraging intelligent platforms like Tableau and Snowflake.


Simply put, Tableau helps you easily make sense of your data. It’s easy to use and yet powerful enough to perform virtually any type of analysis. Wherever you are on your journey with Tableau, there’s room to grow and get more ROI with our Tableau consulting services.


Combining data sources? Our certified and experienced Snowflake consultants (i.e., SnowPros)—combined with our deep data science expertise and Tableau implementation capabilities—enable you to use and optimize the power and flexibility of Snowflake’s Data Cloud for all your data needs.

Data Science

Atrium empowers your subject matter experts to go beyond simply analyzing data, instead using the powerful insights and recommendations from your data to achieve your goals. Many difficult analytical concepts are removed by artificial intelligence and machine learning. Instead of complex reports, they can provide you with easy to understand recommendations.


Making data-driven insights actionable in the places where users work is crucial to maximizing the investments you make in your data. Your business needs are always evolving with the market, and the right technology can help you adapt and stay cutting edge. But successful user adoption and maximizing ROI on the Salesforce platform are just as essential.

Data Agility: The Data Strategy You Need to Succeed

Businesses have started to streamline data operations and replace legacy on-premise data lakes and warehouses with systems like Snowflake, a Data Cloud that doesn’t require years of planning to scale. But in order to take advantage of this progress, the concept of data agility has to be at the forefront of your strategy and process. How quickly can you derive value from all your data? How quickly can you not only surface insights, but also take action?

Tableau and Snowflake - More Powerful Combined

Given the actionability that these two powerful platforms provide, you are empowered with endless possibilities. Good news is, combining the two is simple, you can do it in under 4 minutes.


A step-by-step overview of how to connect Snowflake to Tableau and a generalized approach that will work for most use cases.

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